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this is after they began to develop some homesteading entries. >> it was a large chicken ranch out there. lawson chicken ranch was along 19th ave. >> [inaudible] >> not exactly. he donated the land later to the city, though. sort of the farm house feeling of the richmond. >> there is a water tower with a windmill in the back. >> right, get your water from wells. that was the early boathouses. looking at that map, sporting men would come out in the horses, have little races with their horses and carriages and the sea horse races, maybe get in a card game, have a drink of the way to the beach. >> but this was when there was county land, so there was no gambling. the move people out to county for the race track. >> they were away from intense public scrutiny out there. >> my of the state is there were four racetracks in the city. -- my understanding. can you name them? >> pioneer, union, in the side, and oceanside. >> there ago. maybe there are more. >> we have a big article on race tracks on our website. outsidelands.org. >> the ingleside, you can still see that. >> they developed where that race
to fall. and ties it at 87. well the nuggets, lawson looking for mcgee. going the other way. coming up with the steal. jordan crawford. sinks it. back after missing four games. with an ankle sprain. wizard take the lead. fourth quarter. guess what. almost late for sports. because -- they lead by three. with just 20 second left. >> wendy, you do sports. >> oops. excuse me. so, caps hockey. there is tb, and tbd. tb, tampa bay, the team the caps are facing tomorrow. tbd is to be determined everything else about the team. are they physically ready? comfortable with coach oates system? such a whirlwind week. caps barely had a chance to scout their opening night opponent. >> because of the shortened camp here. tough to focus on other teams when, you are working hard on your own team. so, you know start executing our system. and everything falls in place. every team is in disarray openi night. conditioning. the teamoff for guys. and last night they felt it on the ice. they jumped up a little bit to day. little happier. getting close to game time. >> and a victory. >> 112-108. ravens ready to
. >> good afternoon. i'm pat lawson muse. i'm jim handly. >>> the doctor who performed that surgery on the knee of robert griffin, iii is now telling us how it went this morning. >> dan helly is with us now to tell us what we know. what do we know? >> it is done. and a full recovery is expected. that's the word from dr. james andrews late this afternoon after he performed that knee surgery on robert griffin, iii. the surgery happened this morning at dr. andrews' clinic in pensacola, florida, within the last few hours. andrews released this statement saying griffin needed to repair both the lateral collateral ligament, the lcl and the anterior cruciate ligament, the acl, in the knee. the procedure began about 7 a.m. and lasted around two hours. so, what's next, you ask? griffin is gonna stay in florida for the foreseeable future, be monitored and begin his rehab, the initial six to eight weeks very crucial in the recovery process it could last anywhere from six to 12 months. griffin looking forward to playing next season. before his procedure, he tweeted, "thank you for your prayers
harrison in for pat lawson muse. let's head straight to keith russell. he is at the live december week more on this breaking story. >> this news just came in. the judge just delivered his verdict. he found leopold guilty of one count of using his police security detail for political and campaign activities. leopold was accused of asking his police security detail to stay on lookout while he had sex in a local public parking garage. collect campaign funds and put up signs. the judge ruled that using the officers as lookoutnot constitute criminal conduct in office. news4's chris gordon is in the courtroom and will have more information on this just in. the john leopold conviction. we will have much more, clawing live report on news4. that's the latest for now at the live desk. >>> to a pretty spiinspiring si. >> doctors managed an historic feat. a double arm transplant on a wounded soldier. the key in this surgery may have been his attitude. erika edwards has his story now. >> you owe me 20 bucks. >> reporter: poking fun at his brother, cracking up a room full of doctors and media at a press
? come on. well, they're monkeys painted by lawson wood in about the time of the first world war, i think. and dark, gloomy days they were, i should imagine and this must have cheered them all up a bit. is there a title for them? not to my knowledge. i know they were in my great-uncle's snooker room, and my mother always said he knew the artist but i don't know whether he did or not. and that in addition to tattler and punch, he also was published in nottingham, but i don't know whether that was true or not. i couldn't comment on that. i'm not sure, to be honest. but i think the idea about knowing him, well, that's quite likely, because these are original watercolors. he was much printed from and the prints are sometimes very confusingly like watercolors. so i always think they're going to be until i look at them through a magnifying glass. and i've done that and they're absolutely fine. as you knew already, of course. yeah. very often behind the best jokes is a very, very clever slick delivery and it's the same with artists. with a really good joke, they're
to graduate with his class, he plans to walk across the stage. pat lawson muse has his story. >> every at-bat i take this year is for nick. >> reporter: mitch spilly is first baseman for the championship team. he will dedicate every play next season to his friend. >> he is a new man. his smile back. >> reporter: nick ballenger, ap and honors student and the team's promising pitcher is finally back in classes after a devastating injury in july during a family summer vacation in hawaii. first paralyzed from the neck down, he is now regaining use of his body and relearning every movement. >> just waking up in the morning and going, oh, man, i got to go brush my teeth and i'm like, oh, i can't get out of bed. >> reporter: there's been excruciating physical therapy, chronic infection and a pretty rough 12 days after christmas. but progress has been remarkable. >> no matter how minor it is, it is still major improvement. >> reporter: from his hospital homecoming in august to his very first steps with a cane, then a crutch, then on his own at last fall's homecoming game, nick has persevered. thi
roads. snow we've got more snow coming. it is not over yet. hello, everybody. >>> i'm pat lawson muse. this morning made for a dicey situation on the roads. we could have slippery travel with yet another storm, one that hits during tomorrow's rush. >>> we have live team coverage this afternoon. adam tuesday is checking on the the side streets that still haven't been cleared. >> but we begin with veronica johnson. so what's up next, veronica? >> next again we're talking about more snow and more sliply travel. in this system not affecting the morning rush, but during the afternoon rush on friday. once again we'll get more accumulating snow. it starts around 2:00, 3:00 p.m., so tomorrow we're in it and it doesn't end until around midnight, so accumulating snowfall. is the afternoon rush, the evening, the overyigt period, at least a good part of it. that snow will be light and powdery with accumulations of 1 to 2 inches. almost a similar situation to what we just moved through. light and powdery also means slippery. the areas near the bay could be in exec of 2 inches. and look at the rada
. use caution. pat, over to you. >> good morning, i am pat lawson muse. we'll go back to eun and aaron at the capitol in a moment. next, a look at some of the other stories making news this morning, including a famous football household divided this morning. >>> welcome back to our coverage of the second inauguration of president barack obama. in just about half an hour, the national mall will begin filling up more than half a million people are expected to witness the swearing in and to watch the parade. good morning. i'm pat lawson muse. we'll go back live to aaron and eun live in a moment. first, a look at the other stories making news on this monday morning. prince george's county police are looking for answers in the shooting death of a teenager. investigators say 16-year-old marcus jones was shot along webster lane in ft. washington over the weekend. police are following substantial leads in the case. >>> d.c. police shot and killed three dogs that attacked a boy. the attack happened yesterday afternoon near sheridan and 8th streets in northwest. police were forced to open fire o
to you. michael mcnabb and stephen gilbert are charged in the shooting death of tyrone lawson, who was shot in the chicago state parking lot after that game. the district 207 school board holds a special meeting tonight. where they could take further disciplinary action in the maine west hazing case. a civil suit has been filed on behalf of four alleged hazing victims on the boys soccer team and subpoenas have been issued in an ongoing investigation by the cook county state's attorney's office. among those named in the civil suit are varsity soccer coach and former freshman baseball coach michael divincenzo, who's suspended without pay and freshman soccer coach emilio rodriguez, who's on paid leave. chicago's inspector general says the police department should hire more civilians for the inspector general says hiring civilians would free up 300 police officers for patrol duties. the police department says the report has a limited view of the function of police officers. the mayor's office says it will seriously consider the report. voted to raise tuition 1.7%. students at the ca
. >> the things you never knew you never knew. pat lawson muse will show us all the steps that go into making the presidential seal. every one of them tonight on news 4 at 6:00. >> very cool. >>> awesome. how about that. 4:38 is our time right now. ahead on "news4 today," what's being blamed for a mishap that left several escalator passengers hurt when it suddenly went in reverse. >>> putting a price on the white house. what you could expect to pay if you ever got the chance to buy the executive mansion. >>> don't forget your winter coat as you get ready to leave for work. the blustery winter forecast on tap for you next with weather and traffic on the 1s. >>> as we head into the inauguration weekend, did you know, this is the seventh time the inauguration date has fallen on a sunday. [ fingers tapping ] [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! >>> how would you like to live in the white house? it would cost you a pretty penny
:22. pat lawson muse is in the news 4 studios with more on the stories. good morning. >> good morning, eun and aaron. >> fire investigators are still trying to figure out what caused a house fire that sent a man to the hospital. it broke out in the 6600 block of 24th place near the anacostia river. firefighters arrived at the home to find a man on the front lawn complaining about chest pains. crews rescued several animals from that house. they believe the fire started in the basement. there were no other injuries. >>> investigators are trying to figure out what caused a plane to blow four tires as it landed at the newark airport. it veered off the runway and on to the taxiway last night. eight passengers and five crew members were on board. no one was hurt. the passengers were evacuated and they were bused to the terminal. and it is going to be a family rue union at the super bowl in two weeks thanks to two incredible championship games. >> intercepted in the end zone. gary williams ices and baltimore is heading to new orleans. >> coach john harbaugh and the ravens took down the perennial
's check in with pat lawson muse for the news. >> good morning, eun and aaron. the death toll in algeria is on the rise asinine japanese workers have been reported killed in a hostage standoff. at least 81 people have been killed at a gas plant since militants took people hostage there an wednesday. algerian special forces stormed the facility on saturday ending the standoff. soldiers reportedly found more bodies inside the plant but are not sure whether they are the bodies offer riss -- terrorists or hostages. >>> new this morning, suicide bombers attacked and stormed the traffic police headquarters in kabul, afghanistan's capital injuring ten people there. there's a gun battle under way between the attackers and police right now. the raid started when a suicide car bomber blew up his car at the police dpaet and then another two or three attackers with vests on entered the compound. police killed at least two of the attackers. the taliban is claiming responsibility. eun, aaron, back to you. >> pat, thank you. >>> it's 4:56. coming up, a latino poet making history today. >> the barbara w
in the 3rd quarter countered by ty lawson. the maryland native put up 23 point in the quarter. it was 87-78 nuggets, but the wizards rally in the 4th tied at 78-87, jordan crawford buried the three. the wiz go up three. right now they lead 108-106 with under 30 seconds to go. >>> the capitals had six days to prepare for their season opener tomorrow night. in a rush following the lockout the team had to get to know a new head coach with a new system. they left this afternoon for tampa and tomorrow face division foe tampa bay lightning. there aren't too many new faces, so the transition has been pretty smooth. >> even the new guys fit in really well. near great guys. so we're luck -- they're great guys, so we're lucky we picked up a bunch of good ones. the guys are all still kind of feeling it from last year. we lost. we all thought we should have had a better result than we did. we came up short the last few games, but we're all very excited. we've got a great team. i think we're a team to go far. we just got to play right and execute. >>> while the nationals had a memorable season and di
. it is a terrific book. "recover to live, kick any habit, manage any addiction," christopher kennedy lawson, great to see you. great to see you again. >> god bless. >> when we come back, a man who says he wants to have a meaningful discussion about guns in america, but does he? gun advocate larry pratt is next. >>> the last time i talked to larry pratt, he pushed me to this -- you're an unbelievably stupid man, aren't you? here, now, round two, larry pratt, executive director of gun owners of america. mr. pratt, welcome back to you. >> thank you for having me. >> why did you agree to come back? >> well, i thought maybe we could help you sell some more newspapers. >> more newspapers? >> increase your viewership. >> we are a television channel you are aware of that? >> i'm sorry, yes, of course. >> if you are in the meeting tomorrow with vice president biden with the nra and walmart and others, what would you be sayinging? >> that the discussion has not been going anywhere that we can tell in a productive way. we are not talking about people defending themselves precisely in these gun-free zones. ho
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. that's the latest rough estimate from "slate" magazine. 17-year-old tyrone lawson is one of them. become reports the senior at chicago's morgan park high school was shot twice in the back outside of chicago state university last night. he was attending a high school basketball game and the basketball game was moved to the university site because of past violence between the two high schools. so a fight broke out after the game. shots were fired in the parking lot. tyrone is now dead. tyrone was an honor student. he hoped to study engineering in college. tyrone lost his life. was cut down like the other 1,012 people who have been casualties of this senseless gun violence in america since sandy hook. hey, i'm joey aragon. see that film? people call me about this every day. my dishwasher must be broken. you know, it's not always the machine. it may be the detergent. add finish power up to boost your detergent and you'll see a huge difference. watch what it can do. look at that sparkle! now that's clean! cloudiness! spots! tough stains! even dishwasher build-up! gone! just like
this afternoon. pat lawson muse joins news the newsroom and preview of things to come. >> coming up this afternoon on "news4 at 4:00," putting the pedal to the metal. proposal to increase the state's speed limit. ♪ bombs bursting in air >> beyonce is getting ready to break her silence today. what does she have to say about all the lip-synching talk during the inauguration? she is going to hold a super bowl news conference this afternoon. we will tell you what happens and what she says. coming up at 5:00, we have team coverage of the super bowl. dan hellie is in new orleans. if you can't make to it the big ea easy, liz crenshaw will be here with the lowdown on the finger-licking super bowl foods you can enjoy. all those stories and latest on the news coming up starting at 4:00. >> hungry looking at the pictures. time for a final look at the forecast. >> winds are whipping in out of the north and west. now gusting to around 40 miles an hour. temperatures are chilly. what a difference in the last couple of days. we are in the low to mid 70s tuesday, wednesday. now this thursday, we a
a crash last summer. >>> let's take a look at some of the stories at 4:00 this afternoon. pat lawson with news. >>> coming up, a huge week for temperature swings. we know it's been one of those, dr. jackie will be here to tell us how this wild weather could make us sick from head to toe. also, she became famous as a member of destiny's child, we're going to sit down with michelle williams and ask her about speculation about the super bowl. >>> and the officer from culpepper, learn his fate the moment it is revealed. that's at 4:00. keith. >> you got a lot coming our way. we'll see you then, pat. >> look at the weather changes tom is talking about. >> yeah, the wind is picking up in, it's been flapping in the wind there in the last hour. flash floods in effect. counties in green, covers the areas in green in maryland. thunder and lightning, and that the storm system now beginning to push into west virginia, about to move into the shenandoah valley in the next hour or so. into the metro area perhaps as early as 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. exiting the region, all the rain ends by midnight tonight
>> i'm pat lawson muse. although the senate's solution for the fiscal cliff passed by an overwhelming majority, the process has come to a screeching halt today on the house side. as jennifer johnson reports, the entire country is waiting to see what the house will do. a tense new year for house speaker john boehner, as he meets with fellow republicans, over whether to okay the fiscal cliff bill passed overwhelmingly by the senate. but gop lead verse not agreed to let the house vote or amend the bill. >> i think more members want this to pass than are willing to vote for it. you also have to be practical about what's the best deal you can get under the circumstances. >> reporter: vice president joe biden was back on the hill after helping to broker the senate deal. it spared the middle class a tax hike but raised taxes on those making over $400,000 a year. jobless benefits from extended for millions of unemployed but massive cuts to the military and other federal agencies were delayed for two months. democrats now the chance to vote on the bill as they say boehner pr
. >>> welcome back, everybody. at 4:30, i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. here's the picture where the rain is beginning to fall and so is the mercury. >>> veronica, are we talking about all night with this storm? >> pretty much all night. we have until about 11:00 p.m. or midnight. i'm looking at some reports here on twitter. it looks like we've got some downpours already out there, and getting reports of gusty winds. the wind really picking up in king gorge, virginia. you can see in the distance the far distance looking to the north and west where we're getting the heavy rain. it's showing up on radar. just zoom in a little bit, and moderate, a few pockets of heavy rain, headed towards west lawyer into the leesburg, virginia area, even further west. all kind of sleighting, and then down to our south and west, a cluster of storms around roanoke where they issued the severe thunderstorm watch. i think we'll be under a wach later this evening. keep in mind we already have the wind advisory up for the overnight period into tomorrow morning, with the possibility of winds gusting. your
family. pat lawson muse is here with the special way they rang in the new year. >> a washington area couple are the proud parents of the district's first newborn of 2013 born shortly after the stroke of midnight. 23ier old ferman dough mendoza is one proud papa. he has plenty to be proud of. >> i got teary-eyed. i started crying. >> reporter: five seconds after midnight, mendoza and 24-year-old elvira welcomed little emily ameet a mendoza into the world. >> it was beautiful thing. something that you don't forget. >> reporter: at 6 pounds, 10.8 ounces, 19 inches,ing the district's first baby of the new year. a bit of a surprise for her parents who weren't expecting her million after january 4. however, at 10:30 last night, elvira went into labor and quickly realized little emily wasn't going to wait. >> she is starting to get pains. she wanted an epidural but it was too late because she was at least seven centimeters. >> reporter: the labor and delivery unit is the busiest unit in the city. delivering an average 4500 little bundles of joy every year. >> business is booming. >> reporte
harrison in for pat lawson muse. things are just wet out there now, but most of us did have to deal with icy weather early today. in alexandria slick spots could be found, some ice also started to accumulate along the potomac over the waterfront area. >>> that area also had some slick sidewalks, some folks even had to pull out the ice scrapers torts their cars cleared occupy. it was a similar situation. most of the roads stayed in good shape. it doesn't look like you'll need to worry about refreezing overnight. >> we will have to worry about something else -- fog. >> yeah, we've had some of that out there today. veronica johnson will tell us who might see what. veronica? >> a bit of fog for us tonight, for tomorrow morning, even for tomorrow afternoon, we could still have patchy fog. all that and temperatures will be quite warm during the overnight period. in fact, there will be closer to our afternoon high normally. we've got a few more showers still dripping through the area, around petersburg, winchester, frederick area, down toward warrenton. right around the belt ware, we are w
to this process. >> our own pat lawson muse will show all the steps that go into making every presidential seal. tonight on news 4 at 6:00. >>> make nbc4 your home for inauguration coverage. "news4 today" will begin at 4:00 a.m. on monday. we'll be live from capitol hill to preview the events. check out our inauguration guide on nbcwashington.com. >> 6:50 right now. the value of the most famous house in america is up. a popular website is worth 300 million bucks. seema mody live with more on that. seema, good morning. >> good morning. this is a nice house. six-story single family home on 18 acres, 132 rooms, 35 bathrooms, great security and busy neighborhood. the large oval office, the real estate site zillow.com says the residence at 1600 pennsylvania at washington. the white house were listed on the market would be valued at just about $295 million. that's up about 7% since the obamas moved in four years ago. values are up 13% over that same period. the white house and value peaked at just under $300 million in july of 2006. sounds nice. >> needed that. seema mody at cnbc. >>> president obama
4 at 4." i'm pat lawson muse. >> an update. students at an atlanta middle school have been released to their parents after a shooting outsued the school here. police say one student shot another in the back of the head. incredibly that 14-year-old victim was said to be alert and talking on the way to the hospital. a teacher was also hurt in the chaos that came after the shooting. students questioner held inside is the gym while the school was on lockout. police say they have the shooter in custody. >>> this scene played out over and over again. chopper 4 captured the video this morning. >> stranded drivers were caught off-guard. news4's derrick ward has more from potomac on the rescuers that risked their lived. >> before the sun came up, swiftwater team were already plucking happenless motorists all across montgomery county. this vehicle became stranded. not long after that, yet another vehicle out of its element. that driver was taken to safety without injury. >> after the need we've had eight. we've had them in the up county, the barnesville area, over near brighton dam. >> here o
forecast. >>> good morning. welcome to reporter's notebook. i'm pat lawson muse. we begin in virginia this morning with a redistricting power play in the state senate. senate republicans unexpectedly introduced a bill on monday to redraw all 40 state senate boundaries. a vote on the bill was taken when a key democrat, senator henry marsh, iii of richmond was away because he was attending the inauguration of president barack obama. in marsh's absence the plan passed by a vote of 20-19. because marsh wasn't there, some are saying this was underhanded and no way to conduct business. some say it was shrewd politic. what do you say? we come across this all the time. they've lumped minorities into areas and dill uted their strength. there won't be as many jurisdictions as there have been. republicans say no, we're strengthening them, giving them more access, creating more abilities for them to rule. and this is what people do. we're trying to strengthen our position in the senate and the democrats tried to o do the same thing when they were here. so what's the big deal? >> it sounds like th
book. "recover to live, kick any habit, manage any addiction," christopher kennedy lawson, great to see you. great to see you again. >> god bless. >> when we come back, a man who says he wants to have a meaningful discussion about guns in america, but does he? gun advocate larry pratt is next. oh! progress-oh! -oh! -oh! oh! oh! ♪ what do you know? oh! ♪ bacon? -oh! -oh! oh! [ female announcer ] with 40 delicious progresso soups at 100 calories or less, there are plenty of reasons people are saying "progress-oh!" share your story for a chance to win a progress-oh! makeover in hollywood. go to facebook.com/progresso to enter. gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone but her likes 50% more cash, but i have an idea. do you want a princess dress? yes. cupcakes? yes. do you want an etch-a-sketch? yes! do you want 50% more cash? no. you got talent. [ male announcer ] the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on every purchase plus a 50% annual bonus on the cash you earn. it's the card for people who like more cash. what's in your wallet?
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're following on news4 this afternoon. pat lawson muse joins us with a preview. >>> coming up today on news4 at four, new and controversial fight where plastic water boting are banned. >>> and a dramatic rescue caught on tape. firefighters rushed to save a dog that slipped through an icy pond. the german shepherd did that surprised his rescuers. >>> and tonight on news4 at 5:00, all the excitement over washington being in the playoff. the team's marching band is getting a lot of attention and we'll share with you a special behind-the-scenes performance go-go style. that's starting at 4:00. >>> you can't help but bob your head when you hear that. >> go-go style. >> thanks. >>> i want to hear more of it and that means they have to keep winning. >> that's the plan. >>> so you survived? >> yes, i did. >> it is cold. that wind can just cutting right through you unless you have several layers on. you need your warmest winter year if you're about to head out the door. we cleared out and got into the sun. and as we look at the temperatures, off to the north and west the area in lavender is still onl
with pat lawson muse. >>> good morning. >> fire investigators are still working to term what caused a house fire that sent one moan t the hospital. they found a man on the front lawn complaining of shortness of breath and chest pains. emergency crews took him to hospital. we don't know his condition at this hour this morning. firefighters believe the blaze began in basement. there were no other injuries. >> police are trying to figure out who shot and killed a teenager in prince george's county. they say 16-year-old marcus jones was shot along webster lane in washington over the weekend. he was taken to the hospital where he died. they are following "substantial leads" in that case. >>> it's going to be a harbaugh brothers super bowl thanks to a huge win for baltimore. >> brady throws and he's intercepted in the end zone. gary williams ices it. baltimore is heading to new orleans. >> the ravens took down the patriots 28-13. to punch their ticket. they trailed at the half but then scored 21 unanswered points to close out the game. coach john harbaugh will face off against his brother for the
hits the big time. pat lawson-muse introduces us to the woman whose sweet treats have landed her on the food network. and tonight at 5:00, a consumer warning from liz crenshaw. meet a woman whose credit was ruined by one bill she never received. we'll tell you how to avoid becoming the next victim. >>> and a look, a final look for today for midday, anyway at our weather. >> it's in the mid-20s now. wind gusting around 25 miles an hour, feels like the teens. highs only the upper 20s later today, could get one to three inches of snow friday night. that's the way it looks. >> all right, tom, thank you. you want to look at this. >>> the hit song gangnam style has been imitated hundreds of times, but this may be the cutest. look. ♪ that is 7-month-old dancing it. the video uploaded just six days ago but already has more than 830,000 hits. who knows, once he can walk, maybe he'll have a future doing michael jackson's famous moonwalk. >> baby bounce right there. >> that is amazing. >> youtube is amazing itself. that's news 4 midday, thanks for joining us. tune in for "news 4 at 4:00,"
has a winter weather warning. >>> welcome back to "news 4 at 4:00," i'm pat lawson muse. >> and i'm jim handly. >> here's veronica johnson. how long will the snow be falling? >> not much longer, only up until 7:00, perhaps 8:00 p.m. for areas along i-95 and east of i-95. hopefully you're going to stay inside where it's nice and safe and watch that snow fall. meanwhile, let me take you to reagan national and show you the shot where they have a ground stop as they try to treat the runways. well, that's the situation there. the snow has been falling since 2:00, the bigger flakes. and you can see the low visibility, as well. that's the other thing with these little pockets throughout the area where the snow is coming down. a little heavier around leesburg, loudon county and areas around fairfax too. let me show you the radar right now. there you can see the area where it's starting to end coming into fredericksburg. really, that is it, guys. right now heavier around waldorf, annapolis, shadyside, and up to the north in leesburg too as well as around i-66 coming down that snow, just a
. let's look now with some of the stories we're following on news4 this afternoon. pat lawson muse in the newsroom. >>> coming up on news4 at 4:00 today, a new response to the tragedy in connecticut. we'll tell you about a maryland company that's developed a bullet proof white board. >>> and more on facebook's big change. what you need to know about protecting your privacy as facebook rolls out its new search function. >>> and coming up on news4 at 5:00 from the road and bridge closures to navigating the metro, we'll have the guide to help you get around for the inauguration. all this is the day's latest news starting on news4 at 4:00 today. >> pat, see you then. >> and time for a final check for mid day of our weather for today on the weekend? >> as we wrap up to the inauguration, does look like it's going to be feeling like winter but we won't have any precipitation. sure is great having the sun back. but we've got a cold wind and it really does feel like january now. all around the region, we've got temperatures in the low to mid 30s around the metro area but yooishs in the dark
in the afternoon. pat lawson muse joins us in the newsroom. >> coming up at news 4 at 4:00 this afternoon, we're staying on top of the snow headed our way. >>> also, cracking down on liquor sales on football's biggest night. what the mayor of san francisco wants to do to keep things calm on super bowl sunday, win or lose. >>> and tonight on news 4 at 5:00, we'll take a closer look at a new strain of the norovirus that is very nasty. find out the impact this virus has on our region in a special news 4 your health report. >> thank you, pat. >>> and tom joins us again now with another look at that forecast. snow on the way? >> probably just a very light snow for most of the region later this afternoon. right now storm team 4 radar very deceiving. it looks like it's snowing across virginia, maryland, and the district, but it is drying up before it reaches the ground. going to take a while for the air to get saturated enough. so dry at the surface. keep the skin lotion handy. every time you walk across the carpet and turn on a light switch, you get a little zap of static electricity, it's so dry.
blocked by the courts at this stage. host: and brian lawson, i'm looking at a "new york times" story that calls the law in your state, passed in spring of 201, is the boldest test combret of the doctrine of self-deportation, trying to make immigrants, give them incentive to leave the state, leave the country. how is it playing out? >> you know, it's sort of a low stage right now. i think when the law passed in the spring of 2011, there really was meaningful flight from the state by folks who were either worried about being deported or income contact with law enforcement or were related to somebody who was. the school provision in particular we saw in effect. school kids stopped going to school. it was for at least a period that stabilized by almost all accounts that the shakeup is still unfolding. host: tell us about legal challenges. where are those at? caller: there's two major lawsuits, and both of those have deadlines upcoming for the state of alabama to decide what it wants to do next. i think it's next week, january 15, the lawsuit that was brought by the department of justice
. we'll get retail sales figures for australia. and staying with retail, japan's chain store lawson will look to match earnings of seven and pi. >>> the bank of thailand is expected to hold rates at 2.75% when it meets to decide policy. >>> and still to come on the show, will china's economic recovery continue? big exporters like australia sure hope so. >> we'll take a look. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. >>> australia's trade deficit rose since january 8th. joining us for more is andrew dale, head of resources research for asia mcquarry securities. an rue, thanks for joining us. we vnts had the hard landing that some feared in china. have we now found the bottom for base metal prices? >> look, i think that, you know, probably the bottom we saw towards the back end of next
lawson muse, and stay with us for more news. >>> hundreds of thousands of people from around the world descend on the district for the presidential inauguration. >> and right now vice president biden is now less than one hour from taking his second oath of office. good morning and welcome to "news4 today." i am angie goff. >> and i am richard jordan. it's sunday, january 20th, 2013. >> you need to get outside and enjoy the mild weather while it's still here and an absolutely beautiful sunshine coming up over the city of washington. the current temperature is at 40 degrees downtown, and colder to the north and west where temperatures are in the middle and upper 30s and the breeze remained up so there's a bit of a windchill factor this morning. you will want your coat befe you head outside for an extended period of time. another nice day today. mild by january standards. it's going to be breezy, and that will be cooler. we should make low 50s for a time today. enjoy it. there's a chance as the arctic air arrives we may have to see snowflakes on the parade route on inauguration day, and m
lawson, quinn said to each one of them result in more than three dozen cases during the time i have been in the senate. on legislative and political issues, i would say that when i came to the united states senate i admit thomas says on the campaign trail and we kept those promises. the greatest achievements in my view during this term were made right out of our office, not because they're responding to the suggestions of some committee work or from the executive branch saying they wanted something, but because we continually made suggestions to those committees and to the executive branch about what we thought needed to be done. my first day in office by introducing new g.i. bill that i talked about for years. the logic was simple. people serving since 9/11 deserved a chance at the first-class features those who served during world war ii. within 16 months, with strong support, by the way a leader reid, we're able to pass this legislation. the most important piece of veteran legislation since world war ii. most of
:26 on this monday, january 21st inauguration day. i'm pat lawson. here is a look at the national mall where megan mcgrath has been all morning. megan joins us with more on the masses now streaming onto the mall to watch today's swearing-in. megan? >> reporter: the mall is starting to fill up. let me show you a situation right here. the 600 block of the mall off madison here is considered filled to capacity. what they have done is closed the barriers here and so folks trying to get up closer to the front, closer to the u.s. capitol are being stopped at this location, told to spread out and to view the swearing-in ceremony from this location. again, they are not allowing anyone further up. they say they have reached capacity in that section of the mall. back to you, pat. >> all righty. tom oh has the inauguration day >>> showers northwest of washington. now in washington, partly sunny. later today, temperatures into the low to mid 40s generally through inauguration. pat? >> thanks, t >>> back now on this inauguration morning. it's the 21st of january, 2013. we're keeping a close eye on that picture, s
lawson is a staff writer for the hill newspaper here in washington. joining us on the phone. just walk us through the agenda for the house. the senate is not in, but the house is back. why? what are they doing? >> guest: well, first off, they're going to do a reading of the constitution. that's something that was new when republicans took over the house in 2011. it was part of their pledge to america, and they're doing that. but in the afternoon and evening, we'll move into a debate of votes on the hurricane sandy relief package. all told it's about a $50 billion package to help pay for the damage from hurricane sandy. and after a dramatic rules committee meeting yesterday, 12 out of 92 amendments were ruled in order. so there will be some amendment debate. but generally, what would be the killer amendments to it, things that would have largely, you know, eliminated most of the funding in the bill or offset it were not ruled in order. this was after northeast lawmakers like peter king again, basically, got very angry of the possibility of killer amendments being offered. the back story, t
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